Hip Flask Belfast

4Can’t find a hip flask in Belfast? No need to worry, we have a great selection of hip flasks that are ready to be engraved sand shipped the same day Monday to Friday, and with our fast shipping options you can have your flask the next working day as long as you order before 14:00pm.  With a wide variety of both English pewter flasks and stainless steel we are sure to have the flask you are after.

Hip Flask Belfast

Hip Flask BelfastIf you live in Belfast and have trouble tracking down a decent hip flask then there is no need to fret, our online flask store has a wide range of pewter and stainless steel hip flasks in many different sizes starting from 2oz going right up to the mighty 64oz flask.  With lots of different designs including our wonderful range of Irish hip flasks, as well as luxury leather, Celtic design and gift boxed flasks perfect for weddings, birthdays and many other special occasion.

We work tirelessly to bring our customers the best in hip flask choice, making sure you have many different shapes and styles to chose from, the traditional kidney shaped flask is the most popular but we also offer cushion shaped flasks as well as a selection of novelty shapes.  We our speedy engraving and shipping services you can get your new flask at your address in Belfast in no time at all, we offer next day delivery on orders placed before 14:00pm Monday to Friday.


Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland and also boast being the largest city in the country.  The city as a settlement dates back as far as the Iron Age, the area surrounding Belfast has evidence of Bronze Age activities, the Giants Ring sits near the city and is a henge aged around 5000 years old.  It became a major urban area in the 18th century and was then granted city status in 1888 by Queen Victoria. Known as a centre for industry Belfast is most notably recognised for ship building, at one time it was the worlds biggest shipyard,  the famous and tragic RMS Titanic was built in Belfast.

Today Belfast remains the economic engine that drives Northern Ireland, remaining at the centre of industrial technologies especially aerospace and missile technology which has helped keep Belfast on the map.  The city also benefits from a thriving arts scene as well as focusing on higher education at the Queens University which was chartered in 1845.